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Magazine Floor Rack
- a periodic publication containing pictures and stories and articles of interest to those who purchase it or subscribe to it; "it takes several years before a magazine starts to break even or make money"
- product consisting of a paperback periodic publication as a physical object; "tripped over a pile of magazines"
- A regular television or radio program comprising a variety of topical news or entertainment items
- A chamber for holding a supply of cartridges to be fed automatically to the breech of a gun
- A periodical publication containing articles and illustrations, typically covering a particular subject or area of interest
- All the rooms or areas on the same level of a building; a story
- A level area or space used or designed for a particular activity
- shock: surprise greatly; knock someone's socks off; "I was floored when I heard that I was promoted"
- The lower surface of a room, on which one may walk
- the inside lower horizontal surface (as of a room, hallway, tent, or other structure); "they needed rugs to cover the bare floors"; "we spread our sleeping bags on the dry floor of the tent"
- a structure consisting of a room or set of rooms at a single position along a vertical scale; "what level is the office on?"
- rib section of a forequarter of veal or pork or especially lamb or mutton
- framework for holding objects
- A horse's gait in which both hoofs on either side in turn are lifted almost simultaneously, and all four hoofs are off the ground together at certain moments
- single-foot: go at a rack; "the horses single-footed"
CHROME Toilet Tank MAGAZINE RACK Tissue Paper HOLDER NU
Flush all those stray magazines and toilet paper rolls away and get organized with this over the toilet magazine rack with toilet tissue holder. Where modern style meets function, this innovative piece is the perfect addition to your bathroom. This rack offers convenient storage for all your reading pleasures, and located directly under the rack is a holder for two toilet paper rolls. With this handy item, you will never be left empty handed when nature calls. Made of heavy duty strong wire. Electrostatically painted white for long lasting good looks. Measures 12.5" x 4.5" x 11.5" H. Strong hook fits securely on any standard toilet. EASY installation: lift the toilet tank cover, slide the hook on, replace the lid, and you're done.
20100302 7977...Process of attaching a board to the garage ceiling
The photo shows the tools I used to hold a 2x4 against the ceiling of my garage. I was attaching 2x4s to the ceiling to make it easier to hang things and brace things (like free-standing shelves).
The picture was taken part-way through the process of pressing the board to the ceiling. I was acting alone. Based on something I saw in a magazine, and heavily influenced by my make-it-as-complicated-as-possible philosophy, the method I used was this:
1. Mark location on ceiling for the 2x4 ceiling board (hereafter referred to as "ceiling board").
2. Nail two small string cradles to the ceiling near the ends of the proposed position of the ceiling board. The ceiling board will hang temporarily in these cradles.
3. Insert one end of the ceiling board into one cradle, then the other end into the other cradle. Result: the ceiling board is hanging in the two cradles about two inches (5cm) below the ceiling.
4. Place two clamps within easy reach of each end of the ceiling board. They will be used later.
5. Grab two other boards: a pre-cut board that is almost as long as the floor-to-ceiling distance and a short board. These, clamped together, will act as temporary supports for the ceiling board. Stand on a stool under one end of the ceiling board, holding the two supports together vertically.
6. Keeping the supports pressed together, move the short board upward as far as possible, elevating the end of the ceiling board. Clamp the two supports together. RESULT: the very end of the ceiling board is pressed against the ceiling. The other end of the ceiling board is still lying in its cradle.
7. Repeat the raising process at the other end of the ceiling board. RESULT: this end of the ceiling board is now pressed against the ceiling, but the other end is still a bit loose.
8. Return to the first end of the ceiling board, loosen the clamps, repeat the raising process, and re-clamp the supports. RESULT: this end of the hanging board is tight enough against the ceiling to require no more raising.
9. Return (again) to the second end and repeat the raising process there. RESULT: the ceiling board is pressed tightly enough against the ceiling to allow drilling of pilot holes for the screws that will attach the ceiling board to the ceiling.
10. Drill holes, install screws, remove the hanging cradles and supports.
The process is tedious to say the least. But it worked: I attached four 2x4s to the ceiling in this manner. After this work was finished I realized I could have simplified this process by using my stepladders as bases for holding the 2x4s in place. One can buy devices called "third hands" (often used by carpenters and drywall installers) to hold things in place, but I am too cheap to shell out $50 for a tool that gets little use.
I am in a rare fit of industriousness in the garage. That's why I've been inactive on Flickr lately. The goal is to create a better working environment on my side of the garage and enough additional storage space that we can park my wife's Jeep in the garage again.
NYC - East Village: Gem Spa
Open 24 hours, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, Gem Spa has been in business for nearly 70 years. What was once a haven for teen age runaways dodging the 9th Precinct's hippie squad in the 1960's has morphed into a spot for yuppies to pick up Time Out New York and Vogue. But Ray Patel, who bought the store in 1986, has resisted the gentrification that's pervaded the East Village over the last few years, allowing his landmark to echo a time past. The 25-by-75-foot store carries magazines from around the world and foerign language newspapers on a wall of 40 metal racks, each with 25 floor-to-ceiling slots. Still, Gem Spa is known best for its egg creams and the New York Dolls.
They claim to have invented the former--a classic New York beverage consisting of chocolate syrup (usually Fox's U-bet), milk and seltzer soda water. Although it's hard to argue that their egg cream isn't one of the best in town, their claim as originator is dubious at best. Most closely associated with Brooklyn, legend traces it back to a Jewish candy store owner, Louis Auster in 1890 and H. Fox & Co's website claims the first egg cream made with their syrup was in 1904--both before the Gem Spa inhabited the southwest corner of St. Mark's Place and 2nd Avenue.
Less controversial is the corner storefront's prominent placement on the back of the 1973 eponymous debut album by the New York Dolls--"the definitive proto-punk album, even more than anything the Stooges released." (All Music Guide).
magazine floor rack
Combined function and form make this magazine holder an attractive alternative for storing your magazines, newspapers and catalogs. Use this magazine basket to organize magazines and newspapers in any home or office work area. This decorative magazine rack is constructed of heavy-duty wire, and electrostatically painted for long lasting durability. Spectrum is a company that does the small stuff great. Their items are made of better plastics, heavier steel, thicker powder coating, and stronger castings. Spectrum inspects every piece before it leaves their factory, so you know you'll always get top quality products. It measures 10-1/2-inch H by 12-1/2-inch W by 6-1/4-inch D, Black
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